manly anime is manly
There were some changes but they were still 'same face' in his designs.
A fictitious spy-training organization established within the Japanese army on the eve of World War II is the centerpiece of this set of linked short stories. The D Agency comes into being in autumn 1937 as an independent army unit formed under the private initiative of Lieutenant Colonel Yuki. As rumor has it, Yuki was once a brilliant agent himself who ferreted out multiple secrets in enemy territory until he was betrayed by an ally; he was caught and tortured before he managed to escape, which explains why he has no left hand and always walks holding a cane with his left foot dragging behind him. Dubbed "the Lord of Darkness," Yuki teaches according to principles that flatly challenge established army wisdom. He bans military dress and behavior and instead drills his protégés to become unseen apparitions; according to him, the unwritten army code that a captured soldier should kill either the enemy or himself is the epitome of stupidity and the worst possible choice a spy can make. For his training course Yuki rejects Army Academy graduates and instead picks candidates from far and wide, producing a dozen crack spies expert not only in multiple languages but also in such skills as disguise and lockpicking. Under false identities, these agents go their solitary ways to fulfill daring missions in Tokyo, Yokohama, Shanghai and elsewhere, all the while remembering Yuki's teachings.
This sound like good old Hollywood spy movie flick.
Same faces aren't an issue for fujoshits.
>A fictitious spy-training organization established within the Japanese army on the eve of World War II is the centerpiece of this set of linked short stories.
It starts at it's eve.
Joker Game is a loosely connected novel series. For some reason they decided to adapt the novel without any major female characters, but the novels are very varied and different from each other. One of the novels is about highschool girls, actually.
BLESS THE PRODUCERS
Does it have an enseble cast? Or is Katanah dude the MC?
Japan kinda sucks at enseble cast.
How new is this? The unusual setting really piqued my interest.
They do look different though.
The anime art is cleaner but it isn't that far from the concept.